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"… . Judge Steven Teske, who presides over juvenile court in Clayton County, Georgia, saw a steady rise in cases from schools when he took the bench in 1999 …"

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"… — was spent to benefit Democrats: incumbent House members John Barrow in Georgia and Scott Peters in California, according to the Center for Responsive Pol …"

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"… ted March 5 through March 8 at a luxurious resort in Sea Island, Georgia, has been conducted annually since 1982.  Sessions at the invitation …"

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"… with special guards move from those sites to naval bases in King’s Bay, Georgia, or Kitsap, Washington. This is the nerve-wracking, but largely hidden da …"

"… d Bojan Petrovic, professor of nuclear and radiological engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. …"

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"… stern Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, based at Ft. Benning, Georgia. Garcia Covarrubias took the School’s course “Combat Arms Orientation …"

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"… ns Affairs Affairs admitted that 10,737 veterans in Florida, Tennessee and Georgia were given endoscopies or colonoscopies since 2002 with endoscopes that ma …"

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"… the names of current and former politicians from Britain, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kenya, Romania, India, Liechtenstein, Mexico, Tunisia, the Democratic Rep …"

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"… rst time in decades open access to a stretch of the coast from Virginia to Georgia, though the department has yet to determine where exactly any leasing woul …"

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"… and lobby group for the chemical industry. One of formaldehyde's makers, Georgia-Pacific, is owned by Koch Industries, run by billionaires Charles and Davi …"

"… e it is to hear nice things about anyone around here." Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia has called for the elimination of the EPA. But at the hearing, he said, …"

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"… benefits to veteran horse racing jockeys in the state, while Tennessee and Georgia prohibited Medicaid from growing in size. But the tide may be shifting. C …"

"… y citizens to find out what their options are,” Skocpol said. A bill in Georgia, which did not pass, would have made it a felony punishable by a minimum o …"

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"… BA in addition to her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia — she practiced law for several years in Kentucky. While she liked her w …"

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"… ng the 2014 midterms against the Democratic Senate candidates in Arkansas, Georgia and Louisiana. Super PACs sprung into existence in 2010. By law, they may …"

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"… that was the intention of the ad makers. From Dave Doherty of Woodstock, Georgia: They can be effective in countering Democrat propaganda pushed as "news …"

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"… voice over anything.” Maryam Jameel contributed to this story. …"

"… achloride and 1,2-dichloroethane, sparking a state investigation. The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) found benzene in the water of …"

"… a 1991 letter to the company states, and requested further action. Under Georgia law, the company was required to develop what the EPD calls a “correctiv …"

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"… on and Obamacare critic Ben Carson: $11 million Portion of vote winner of Georgia’s Senate race must earn to avoid a runoff: 50 Date of the potential Geo …"

"… gia’s Senate race must earn to avoid a runoff: 50 Date of the potential Georgia Senate runoff: Jan. 6, 2015 Editor’s note: The Center for Pub …"

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"… deluge of messaging that would flood anticipated Senate runoff contests in Georgia and Louisiana, the million-ad mark will be eclipsed soon. Last week alone, …"

"… s saw about one U.S. Senate-focused ad a minute. And in both Colorado and Georgia, voters were subjected to about two TV ads every three minutes, according …"

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"… enate-focused TV ads that have so far aired in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshir …"

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"… other U.S. Senate race — even the bitter contests in Kentucky, Iowa and Georgia — has experienced such sustained vitriol during the 2014 election cycle. …"

"… here begins today — wasn’t alone last week in its rank negativity. In Georgia, just 5 percent of TV ads in the Senate race featuring Republican David Pe …"

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"… ps have had to disclose their donors. In North Carolina and Georgia, for example, some of these groups airing political ads have revealed thei …"

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"… oved particularly dominant in the U.S. Senate races being waged in Alaska, Georgia, Louisiana and Michigan, where they bested Republicans by sponsoring hundr …"

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"… rceration. “The Jail Cats program at Gwinnett County Detention Center in Georgia is rescuing kittens and helping to rehabilitate incarcerated women,”&nbs …"

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"… about 600 TV ads — or about one ad every 17 minutes. In both Alaska and Georgia, meanwhile, the top Democratic ad producers were neck-and-neck with Republ …"

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"… ricts large and small, from California, Texas, Nevada and Utah to Florida, Georgia, Kansas and Michigan.   In California, the San Diego Unified School …"

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"… Day, Democrats and their allies aired significantly more TV ads in Alaska, Georgia, Michigan and North Carolina, according to estimates from Kantar Media/CMA …"

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"… blican candidates and their allies, meanwhile, have bankrolled more ads in Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan and Montana. Thanks to retirements of Democrati …"

"… icans are mostly playing offense, except in a few states — most notably, Georgia and Kentucky — where Democratic candidates are mounting well-financed bi …"

"… yed a $5.7 million-to-$3.4 million cash-on-hand advantage over Gardner. 8) Georgia This open seat Senate race — incumbent GOP Sen. Saxby Chambliss is reti …"

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"… uld have restricted or banned municipal broadband networks. Republican-led Georgia defeated similar bills in 2012 and 2013. What it comes down to …"

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"… y Federal Campaign Committee Michigan Democratic State Central Committee Georgia Federal Election Committee Alaska Democratic Party New Hampshire Democra …"

"… Grimes West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant Michelle Nunn of Georgia Several Democratic politicians who stand to directly benefit from the ne …"

"… p;ruling, we’ll see even more bombarding our airwaves.” And Nunn, the Georgia Democrat angling to win the state’s open U.S. Senate seat, declared the …"

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"… The trial is expected to start next year. SCC has also threatened to sue Georgia after a letter from the state attorney general’s office declared campus …"

"… ast Director Robert Eagar said. The groups say campus carry is allowed by Georgia’s Safe Carry Protection Act, which critics have called “guns everywher …"

"… aused Pelosi to focus on higher education. His group focused on Idaho and Georgia this past legislative year, he said. Next year, he expects to help coordin …"

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"… ars: 16 In restaurants: 0 Guns are increasingly common in public spaces. Georgia’s Legislature recently passed the Georgia Safe Carry Protection Act, whi …"

"… ngly common in public spaces. Georgia’s Legislature recently passed the Georgia Safe Carry Protection Act, which significantly expanded where gun owners c …"

"… Everywhere Bill.” “I open my front door and walk in public spaces in Georgia,” said Kathryn Grant, co-founder of the Georgia Gun Sense Coalition. “ …"

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